Paul Millerd interviewed Jerel Bonner, Managing Partner of Corralling Chaos. In this podcast, Jerel shares with Paul how Jerel built a “Mission Driven Career”.
Jerel sees himself as one of the original “job-hoppers.” While he never found a true fit in the corporate world, in the 1990s, he was inspired by Steven Covey to write a “personal mission statement.” Here is Jerel’s story on how his mission statement helped drive his career.
Chuck Solomon interviewed Ted Benson, Managing Partner of Corralling Chaos. Ted shared his insights into how to improve the job candidate experience for 1) hiring managers – to accelerate hiring without compromising quality – and 2) job seekers – to help them stand out. Pay special attention to his practical tips for hiring managers as well as those interviewing for new job opportunities.
Chuck Solomon interviewed Jerel Bonner, Managing Partner of Corralling Chaos. Together they discussed the good, bad and ugly of the candidate journey.
Hiring Managers should pay special attention to my guest’s suggestions on how to go about building their teams. He also offers job candidates advice on how to go about finding their next great job opportunity. Here’s a hint, it’s doesn’t include applying online.
We are proud to announce that Jerel’s podcast made the 2018 Top 10 List on Leading Learning.
With all the uncertainty around what the future of work will look like there is one thing that is certain: in order to thrive you will need the necessary skills and mindset to continually adapt and change.
Jerel Bonner embodies this type of agile learning mindset as he is a walking, talking model of the new knowledge worker. He’s also a TEDx speaker, author of Sharpening China’s Talent, and co-founder of Coralling Chaos, a consulting firm focused on lowering the cost of the workplace through learning agility.
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